My name is Brandon Huber and I’m a Network Assistant at ReadiTech. As the newest member of the team I wanted to start with a brief introduction. I grew up not far from where I live now in Edgeley, ND. After high school I studied Criminal Justice as NDSU and joined the military after 9/11. My experience in the Army has gone a long way to shape the person that I am today. At the end of enlistment, I left the service with a renewed desire to protect others from the types of threats I met overseas. That concept of protection and security has evolved over the years as we have advanced in our ability to use technology to connect.
Unquestionably technology has improved all our lives with efficiency and new ways to communicate. But with new connections comes new security risks to your valuable data. Your data, or your digital identity, is all the unique information that is specific to you. For instance, your social security number and the password to your computer. It goes without saying that this information is incredibly valuable, not only to you but to hackers as well. It’s been said that our data is the currency of tomorrow and the most valuable commodity we own. For many the task of correctly protecting data can seem overwhelming. As a business owner you are probably so heavy focused on taking care of your customers that you simply don’t have the resources available to become a security expert as well.
Fortunately, we are here to help. Everyday our security options continue to evolve to meet the needs of our customers. By partnering with some of the most respected security names in the industry we are constantly learning about the newest threats and how to defend against them. Data protection is much more than a device or a program, it’s an overall strategy. The best way to develop that strategy is to start with a conversation. If you have questions around protecting your information take the first step by contacting our team of experts. Together we can develop a long-term strategy for all of your data protection needs.